Hotel Kim Du

14 Phuong Thanh St, Ha Tien, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Phuong Thanh St, Ha Tien.
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Travel Blogs from Ha Tien

The boat that rocked

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Aug 01, 2014

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So yesterday we were up early, despite the torrential rain, to go on our Bokor Hill trip. The road outside the hotel was flooded and someone on our bus thought it was a river. The minivan had 4 other passengers on board and we were the last couple. The rain didn't subside as we heafed up the hill and it was cleae from the workmen fixing the landslides tbat there had been a deluge. Initially there were some amazing views, but as we went higher, the ...

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

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Corey's point of view (June 28, 2014- July 12, 2014) Hanoi- After dealing with the stresses of potentially being scammed by our last minute visa purchases online, we were out of the airport and officially in Vietnam. Our first stop was Hanoi, which was about 1hr away. Such a different city this is. The narrow streets surrounded by buildings roughly 15' wide soar up to 6 storeys high surround the many locals eating at the restaurants which tables are placed directly at he roads edge. Many ...

Winding down our time in Cambodia

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jun 07, 2014

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... not to. At one point, we thought we would go to the beach and resort town close by (Kep Beach), but we didn't. We also talked about spending a day on Rabbit Island, but again, that didn't happen. It wasn't just that we were lazy, but it had something to do with the weather as well. It's the start of rainy of season in Cambodia and even though it didn't rain a ton when we were in Kampot, we were told the view from the top of the mountain in ...

Johm riab sua (Hello)

A travel blog entry by edandkate on Apr 11, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... to the Cambodian side, where we had to show our vaccination record. We didn't have ours with us, so we had to pay one dollar to get a security guard to take our temperature (using a forehead non-contact thermometer?!) and got given a piece of paper to say we were healthy. Kate was 37.4 and Ed was 34.9.... They still let us in! Interestingly all the locals were driving through as if it were the England to Wales border, yet the minibus of white people had to go ...

Getting to Phu Quoc via the border

A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Feb 22, 2014

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On 22 February, after roughly 3 hours in a once again very crowded minibus (going through Kampot and Kep on the Cambodian coast), we arrived at the Cambodia / Vietnam border check point of Ha Tien. The Cambodian side was almost a worksite as the facilities were being expanded. It was another easy border crossing, the same scenario as before repeating itself: handing our passports to our bus driver ...